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Old 20 May 19, 02:01 PM  
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Hi again!

I think Iím about to book Hotel Cheyenne for August.

There are slight variations in room prices and I just wondered if you could tell me any relevant differences (Iím struggling to find info using google!)

We are a party of four with two quite tall teenage boys - so two double beds would suit us better than bunk beds Iím guessing?

Also, are riverside rooms better in terms of distance to the parks? There seems to be three options - Woodyís round up standard (least expensive), Woodyís round up standard - riverside & Woodyís roundup standard - near facilities (both the same price). We are not worried about being near facilities, but for the few pounds difference would consider a room if it shaved time off of the walk to the parks?

Many thanks for any advice 👍
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Old 20 May 19, 02:07 PM  
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The Cheyenne rooms don't have bunk beds anymore - its either two double or a double and two singles now (the second single pulls out from underneath the first, but its a proper bed).

Room wise I personally wouldn't pay extra to be near the river, yes you get a better view but the river does run the length of the hotel, so it isn't necessarily going to be closer to the parks.

When we went last October we booked a standard room and then emailed a week before staying to request a room closer to the parks - we ended up in building 12 which was perfect - it was a 10min walk to the parks max.
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It is a matter of 5 min from the furthest building to the facilities (and that was in the rain with a buggy!)

Further from the facilities = nearer the parks. I wouldnít spend the extra.
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Old 20 May 19, 02:22 PM  
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Thank you both thatís really helpful, Iíll book the cheapest then ! 🙂👍
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Originally Posted by Gill H View Post
It is a matter of 5 min from the furthest building to the facilities (and that was in the rain with a buggy!)

Further from the facilities = nearer the parks. I wouldnít spend the extra.
But you could also be further from facilities and further from the parks, such is the way Hotel Cheyenne is laid out (eg. Calamity Jane building).
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This might help visualise where the blocks are relative to the river, walkway to the parks and facilities. If you book a standard room the best options so you are closer to the parks are Sundance, Cochise or Annie Oakley.

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We stayed at the running bear last Oct, one of the closest to the walk way to the parks.
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You can walk through to the river from Calamity Jane though - at least when I stayed there I did.
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I agree, riverside doesnít necessarily mean closer. Iíd save the money for some snacks!
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You can walk through to the river from Calamity Jane though - at least when I stayed there I did.
You can, was just trying to clarify the point that you can be further from facilities and further from the parks eg. Calamity Jane is a further walk than Sitting Bull.
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